...my first photo in the heavy critique section
camera: Sony DSC S60
editing: a little contrast added & resizing for upload
Vesela Maleeva 10/28/2006 1:57It would be interesting to compare, and then again you have to weigh the balance on bottom, so maybe it won't work, as the tracks part almost immediately when I looked... ; and yes, it is the sky and the light in it that eleviates the feeling of "no exit" and gives hope. I too must redo the one you commented on. As soon as they fix my uploads, as at the moment I am at minus six :)) See you.
Ionut D 10/27/2006 23:21@Vesela: thank you very much for your comment. you have a very interesting interpretation of this shot. I had had serious problems with this photo,(including loss of quality during upload) so I will crop it, and "enhance" it with the almighty PhotoShop. I will upload the new one asap.
Vesela Maleeva 10/27/2006 22:07Hi Ionut, I think this is a great pic, and I love the way you handled the colour and light. I do like the sky and I think that although the tracks part there is the feeling of expectation -- of something positive and that comes ahead precisely from the sky light and perspective. In a nutshell I like your interpretation, maybe only I'd have cropped a tiny bit on the very top, no more :))) Your FC buddy, Vesela.
Detlef Klahm 10/24/2006 2:53I too agree with Patrick: keep it simple..
I love the highlights on the tracks...and that for me is the image...crop it...and see what YOU think !
....from Vancouver, Canada !
Ionut D 10/16/2006 22:34thank you all for your comments. they are very useful for improving my technique.
this is the best section for a beginner to have a serious measure of his work
Patrick B. Parenteau 10/16/2006 20:35When looking at a scene, determine what key element attracts you and motivates you to capture the image.
Then determine if the rest of the environment adds or detracts from your primary focus. Experiment with camera position and try horizontal and vertical perspectives.
I think the focus of this shot should be the graphic element of the train tracks. If you are going to include the wide perspective, then you need to expose for the other elements in the shot. Tough to do when you have such a bright sky. Bracketing and PS to the rescue.
Laki K. 10/15/2006 20:44ok, i find the light in the middle way to bright, so the buildings in front have no texture at all, well might have been your intention.
what i miss most is a clear point of focus. the whole photo seems to soft and unsharp for me.